Royal Life Saving Bronze Medallion

Throughout the last term, our Year 10 PDHPE students worked towards achieving The Royal Life Saving Bronze Medallion, a nationally recognised life-saving award. 250 Trinity students equipped themselves with the skills and knowledge to be able to keep themselves and others safe when they are around water, by learning how to perform a safe and effective aquatic rescue – that could one day save a life. Additionally, the Bronze Medallion allowed our Year 10 students the opportunity to develop additional skills such as teamwork, communication, problem-solving and practical decision making. Well done, Year 10!

Jessica Jones | TESS Academic Support

A safe aquatic rescue being performed by one of our Year 10 students.
Students learnt how to perform a Resuscitation following an aquatic rescue. Photographs by Tim Chin (10Hi)

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